A flurry of action at St Mary's Hospital in London has sparked talk that the next royal baby is almost here!
Perks of royalty? Not having to deal with finding a parking spot when driving your wife to the hospital after she goes into labor!
In what could be a sign that Kate Middleton will give birth to her third child soon, new parking restrictions have been implemented outside the Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital in London, England.
The private wing is where the royal gave birth to Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2, and where the late Princess Diana also welcomed Prince William and Prince Harry.
According to The Telegraph, barriers have also been erected outside the wing in preparation for the hordes of media and well-wishers expected to turn up when the duchess goes into labor.
The facility offers lavish suites, with hotel-like amenities and freshly prepared meals.
The little one is due in mid-April, and Middleton was last spotted shopping for groceries at Waitrose in Swaffham, England, earlier this month.
See more on her pregnancy below and keep up with all of ET's coverage of the Royal Wedding as we count down to May 19!